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Greek mastika is made by distilling the mastika crystals. Sugar is typically added. It is a sweet liqueur that is typically consumed at the end of a meal. It has a distinctive flavor, reminiscent of pine and herbs. It is claimed to have medicinal properties and to aid digestion.
- Difford, Simon. "Mastiha (AKA:Mastika, Masticha, Mastic, Mαστίχα". www.diffordsguide.com. Retrieved 29 December 2019.